Los centros de Illinois workNet‚ son centros de servicio con personas que tienen una dedicaciƒ³n al apoyar y desarrollar la poblaciƒ³n activa en la comunidad. Estos centros conectan las empresas y a quienes buscan trabajo con los recursos y servicios en Chicago.
With no job and no income, it can be hard to maintain that "clean cut" look while navigating the maze of unemployment. That's why Charles Martin at Salon 64, 1064 W. Bryn Mawr, is now offering free hair services for the unemployed.
Recently laid-off Chicagoans, this is for you: Julie Sullivan at the Chicago Work-Life Balance Examiner writes about what to do as soon as lose your job. The article is hyper local so you can find all the resources right here in Chicago.
Some minimum wage workers will get a pay bump next week. The federal minimum wage increases July 24 to $7.25. The wage hike marks the final increase in a three-step boost Congress enacted two years ago. This raise will affect 29 states where minimum wages is currently set below $7.25.
As an accidental pet owner, I know firsthand pet food can be pricey, especially after reading this article saying first-time owners spends about $1,260 for a dog and $1,070 for a cat in the first year.